Monday, January 09, 2017

4 Products Winter Glam

Hei Beauties! 
I wanted to share with you four products I got as a gift from my lovely sister and MakeUp Artist Amanda Šabić.
-Thank you darling, love you so much!-

First of all, I have to say that I’m a nude-lipstick girl but honestly I’m also a big fan of red lipstick. Red color just brings the fire to your face and every girl who is wearing it, looks so amazingly feminine. For me it’s definitely a winter favorite. There’s no denying that. I’m in love with this SEPHORA lipstick! Why I love it so much? It suits my face, my lips look desirable and the most of all, it makes me do too much selfies (no? just me? okay…). It’s read, but it isn’t super intense or intimidating. It’s a gorgeous Rouge Red color and it just sits there and looks pretty.

The 2nd thing I got was Sephora The Delicate Eyeshadow Palette from a new, limited edition that launched with the Sephora Holiday 2016 Collection. I was so happy because I set myself the task of buying a few things and one of these things was an eye shadow palette that varied with shades of pink and brown. I didn’t have to do anything, my sister visited me in Ljubljana and my wish was granted. What a beautiful life.

The packaging is so adorable. It’s a tiny triangle-shaped palette that holds nine eyeshadows as well as a look guide that’s printed on the inside flap of the palette.  The shades are labeled from 1 to 9 and are a mix of warmer, richer browns paired up with cooler pinks, creamy beiges, plums and champagnes. They actually do all work well together and you can get either a warmer or cooler looks from them.

Where are my watery-eyed ladies at? If you’re raising your hands, listen up! And even if you aren’t raising your hands, still listen up. If you’re in need of an uber-pigmented, budge-proof eyeliner, look no further. The Make Up For Ever Aqua XL Waterproof Eye Pencils have arrived. This is the 3rd part of a gift and I’m so impressed by how smooth and pigmented they are. When first swatching them, I couldn’t believe how lightly I had to press to get a smooth, opaque line. There is no tugging or skipping here! And it doesn't come only in black color, but you can choose from 20 amazing shades. Wow!

Last but not least! Red Cherry Human Hair Eyelashes. Honestly I don't wear eyelashes that often. The reason why is because I'm wearing glasses all the time and If I'm wearing contact lenses I am struggling with the glue and everything.. and bla bla… So I get annoyed because my eyes are really really sensitive. They are kinda lonely, so putting on eyelashes feels like an accessory for my eyes. With this Red Cherry eyelashes I don't have any problems. The main reason is that they are made from a real human hair. Sister knows best! 

Pop up the winter glam! xoxo SHABICH

Thursday, December 01, 2016

Rainy Fall Project

Here is the final product of my collaboration with photographer Sara Žigon. It is always a pleasure working with her. The whole point doing this was to show Rainy Fall illusion. As the student of VIST Photography - under the mentorship of Dragan Arrigler - she had to create this illusion through the camera as the main point of the project. She wanted to create a story about a girl who is looking through the window, watching the rain drops, falling into the beauty of nature itself. Looking deeply into the eyes, it seems like they want to tell a story. The story is up to you. Hope you like it! 
Here are also some photos we made just for fun.

Monday, November 21, 2016

Costume Design for Empreus Dance Group

When designing for dance it is important to always be aware of the movement. I have been fortunate in my experience also as a dancer to have seen a great deal of dance before I was ever asked to design for dance. Of course, each project must be approached with some degree of individuality, so not all works will follow the same route in their development. Not only my job is to design costumes but also as a founder of Empreus dance group I have to regularly coordinate, determine and provide the concept for the shows in a cohesive whole. There is are a lot of different events and different themes you have to adapt to them so that your stage costumes can provide audiences with information about it. In this case the main task was to show the girls as the main ambassadors in Slovenia for the best herbal liqueur in the role as J-Team.
Costume design: SHABICH by Samanta Šabić
Hairstyle: Nina Smrekar Ivanič from Hair Studio Nik
Empreus dance group as J-Team: Maša PonikvarKaja FertinSara FerlićLara Štrukelj
Photo: Marko Ocepek
Costume design #1
Costume design #2